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The sodium salt of glutamic acid, or monosodium glutamate (MSG), has two effects in foods: one is to induce a unique taste called umami, which is one of the five basic tastes, and the other is to make food palatable (i.e., flavor-enhancing or seasoning effects). However, the mechanism behind how...
Wheat is an important staple food and its processing quality is largely driven by proteins. However, there is a sizable number of people with inflammatory reactions to wheat proteins, namely celiac disease, wheat allergy and the syndrome of non-celiac wheat sensitivity. Thus, proteome profiles...
To date, analog methods of cooking such as by grills, cooktops, stoves and microwaves have remained the world’s predominant cooking modalities. With the continual evolution of digital technologies, however, laser cooking and 3D food printing may present nutritious, convenient and cost-effective...
Adopting plant-based diets high in fiber may reduce global warming and obesity prevalence. Physiological and psychological determinants of plant-based food intake remain unclear. As fiber has been linked with improved gut-brain signaling, we hypothesized that a single plant-based (vegetarian and...
Demand for a new protein source to replace meat is increasing to solve various issues such as limited resources and food shortages. Diverse protein sources are being developed, but alternative proteins such as plants or insects need to improve people’s perceptions and organoleptic properties....
Volatile sulfur compounds (VSCs), such as hydrogen sulfide, methanethiol, and ethanethiol, are associated with ‘reductive’ aromas in wine and contribute to approximately 30% of all wine faults. These compounds can have a significant impact on wine aroma and perceived quality, and subsequently,...
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